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An Approximation of Womanhood

What is it to be a woman in the modern world? The collection explores the complexities of social media culture, criticising the commodification and over-sexualisation of the female form. Poems cover themes of mental health and sexuality, commenting on the reduction of women to meaningless beauty standards.

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A collection of poems and short essays exploring what it is to be a woman in the modern world. The collection explores the complexities of social media culture, criticising the commodification and over-sexualisation of the female form.
Poems cover themes of mental health and sexuality, commenting on the reduction of women to meaningless beauty standards.

She explores these themes from her own life, sharing poignant experiences from her childhood and relationships.

Dee’s poetry inspires resilience and celebrates the importance of love, laugher and female friendship.

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PubDate

20191120

Imprint

Wordcatcher Publishing

Series

Wordcatcher Modern Poetry

Pages

102

MainBISAC

POETRY / Women Authors

1 review for An Approximation of Womanhood

  1. Kelly Bishop

    A brilliant collection of poetry, poetic prose and flash fiction considering the authors life. Dickens considers her own life as well as the lives of others, her own unique voice coming across in every single piece. Every piece has a purpose. Every purpose a message. A message to consider ourselves and how we can do better.

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